Getting Started with Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
sponsored by MobileIron

There is a broad spectrum of approaches to take when it comes to BYOD, from allowing just a few executives to use their personal mobile phones at work to allowing the entire staff to bring their own device. But no matter the scope of your approach, developing a successful BYOD strategy requires some key components.

This white paper covers four essential practices as well as four phases every business interested in BYOD needs to follow in order to gain the most benefit securely. Read on and learn how to start developing your BYOD strategy today.

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